(People are saying that they don’t want Greg to ever leave the Tartan.)
Greg: Well, if I can work at the Tartan and get paid like a full time job…
Madelyn: Next year’s budget: Salary for Greg. We can do without paper.
(Emily puts the bear on Madelyn.)
Emily: I’m putting bear butt on you.
Madelyn: No. Don’t put bear on me while you’re molesting it.
Emily: I was molesting it before. Then I set the molest-y part on you.
(Emily comes over and starts talking to Madelyn.)
Emily: You’re failing the test again. The test of focus.
Madelyn: You’re helping so much.
Emily: I’m making you resilient.
Allison: Old is a state of mind. You can’t put an age boundary on it.
Madelyn: We can, because we’re young.
(Figuring out what article should go first on A1)
Madelyn: Port authority. But I’m biased, because I wrote it.
Emily: I’m biased too, because it was a good article.
Patrick: Emily doesn’t know what ‘biased’ means.
Evan: I’m going to add “Twitter users” after this.
Madelyn: Tweets. Twitterers.
Evan: It’s like Bronies. If I have to use bronies in another article, I’m going to go over there and disband the club myself.
(Discussing a new variant of sudoku)
Evan (mishearing): Why do we need to print rules for sudoku?
Nicole: No, we’re discussing a super sudoku puzzle thing.
Madelyn: Some day, we should publish rules for crossword.
(The Kiva Han article quotes a freshman)
Emily: You’ve only been here one year. Your world is not falling apart.
Madelyn: THAT’S WHAT I SAID!
Evan: Ed bard. Madelyn, it’s your turn.
Evan: You can’t avoid it for long.
Madelyn: But I can avoid it for now.
Emily: Serious structural problems with the Onion!